TV presenter Neil Oliver impressed after letter arrives addressed to “you know the chap”

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SCOTS TV historian Neil Oliver was left impressed after his postie managed to deliver a letter to him that was merely addressed to “you know the chap”.

The 54-year-old broadcaster shared images on Twitter yesterday showing the white letter which had such few details but yet still managed to be delivered.

The handwritten letter reads: “You know the chap…” followed by the broad area of Stirling.

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The letter only reads: “You know the chap.”

Neil, who presents TV show BBC Coast and Vikings and aptly named podcast Love Letter to the British Isles shared the image with his 74,000 Twitter followers.

He captioned his post: “Now come on – that’s impressive.”

Neil’s post has been liked over 7,500 times and left social media users stunned.

@SirenSaranade said: “Just when you think they can’t get any better!”

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Pictured: Neil Oliver from Twitter.

@Lorcanmac posted: “This postman is earning his pound. No doubt about that.”

@kenclaytonmgr commented: “Nice one. Terrific work by the Post Office.”

This is not the first card to come through Neil’s door with very limited recipient details.

Neil shared images last month of a parcel that came through his door which stated: “Long haired Scottish chap.

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Other letters shared by Neil show some some even more bizarre attempts.

“Looks a bit like Dave Grohl these days, knows about old stuff.

“Got a postman that looks double hard, probably wears shorts all year.”

“Somewhere near Stirling, Scotland.”

Days before, another arrived at his home saying: “The Scottish guy with the good hair who walks around the edge of the UK.”

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Social media users found the letter amazing.

And another letter has arrived reading: “The Rightful King of Scotland, Neil Oliver.”

Neil revealed to his Twitter users in the past how he would be holding onto the letters as a keepsake.